10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CH'ANG-TE»
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A History of Chinese Civilization
Returning to Peking in 1224, after leaving Genghis Khan near Tashkent in 1223,
Ch'ang-ch'un left an account of his journey, the Ch'ang-ch'un chen-jen hsi-yu lu.
Another Chinese, called Ch'ang Te, was sent on a mission to Iran in 1259 by ...
Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary
Chang-de or W.-G. Ch'ang-te Vchan-'dsV City, N Hunan prov., SE cen. China, on
left bank of Yuan River near its mouth; pop. ( 1990O 301.276; a former treaty port;
center of China's "Rice Bowl." Has high mountains to the W. In WWII severely ...
An alphabetic dictionary of the Chinese language in the ...
... uncured and cured tobacco ;pwang> tch'ang silk, half raw and half ripe or
cooked ; ",ch'ang te' a bulbous root — medicine for the blood ; ,chlang ,kidng,
greatly frightened ; ,ch'ang 'ch'iu, an unpracticed hand ; ,ch'ang mwong' taung1
Mediaeval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources: Fragments ...
The country was intersected in all directions by canals, which irrigated the fields.
Numerous ancient walls and other ruins were seen. The people said that in
former times the K'i-tom, dwelt there.326 Ch'ang Te calculated that this country
was I ...
New Excursions from the Hall of Harmonious Wind
... 166 Ch'ang-ch'un Manastery, 76 Ch'ang Ho, 232-3 Ch'ang-p'ing, 173 Ch'ang-
sheng-ch'uan ching, 203 Ch'ang-te, 73 Ch'angson kamui rok, 293 Ch'ao-chou,
295 Ch'ao Li, 252 ch'ao-ting-shou, 218 Ch'ao- t'icn Monastery, 168 Ch'ao-yang ...
Taiping Rebel: The Deposition of Li Hsiu-ch
... 248(63), 303(72) Ch'ang-shan Ht U1 (Chekiang), 123, 125, 246(52), 249(68)
Ch'ang-sheng-chUn -ft R W see 'Ever- Victorious Army' Ch'ang-shu *t * (Kiangsu),
274(13), 285(71), 289(84) Ch'ang-te Kt % (Hunan), 85 Chao Chin-lung 158, ...
Xiucheng Li, Charles Anthony Curwen, 1977
Notes of a Journey from Hankow to Ta-li Fu
In the afternoon, however, a slight improvement induced the boatmen to track on
till 6 P.m., when we stopped at Shih-ma P'u, 20 li from Ch'ang-te. We had only
progressed 40 li. About midway we came across a small tributary river, which
Augustus Raymond Margary, 2010
The Life and Thought of Chang Hsüeh-ch
Following this Chang wrote, at Pi Yiian's request, two others — for Ch'ang-te
prefecture in Hunan and Ching-chou prefecture in Hupeh (1792-93). In 1792 he
went over the manuscript of still another (of Shih-shou district in Ching-chou),
The Cambridge History of China: Volume 8, The Ming Dynasty
... see Chu Ti, tomb of Ch'ang-pai H[=! mountains 288 Chang-shaft^ 681 ch'ang
shao-ch'uan DRffiflq (boatyard rudder-boats) 604 Ch'ang-shu "%%: 365 Ch'ang-t'
ai district HfSiSI 349, 534 Ch'ang-te "%& 589, 668 Ch'ang-ying ku "S'SfljE 119, ...
Denis C. Twitchett, Frederick W. Mote, 1998
Studies in Chinese Ceramics
... 103 Chan-re, 105 Chang Hsien-chung, 1 1 Ch'ang-p'o-lung, 61 Ch'ang-sha, 35
-79 passim Ch'ang-sha glazes: high-calcium types, 58-59; low-calcium types, 59
Ch'ang-sha pottery, 35-79 passim Ch'ang-te, 37 Ch'ao-chou, 78, 104 Chawan, ...